Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, the University of Georgia, 1987
M.A. Rehabilitation Counseling, the University of Georgia, 1981
B.S. Psychology, the University of Georgia, 1978
Supervision and training
Joseph Hill is clinical professor in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University. He hold credentials as a licensed psychologist, licensed professional counselor and certified rehabilitation counselor. He completed his master’s degree is in rehabilitation counseling at the University of Georgia and doctoral studies in counseling psychology, where he specialized in neuropsychology and head injury rehabilitation. At Georgia State University, he coordinates the doctoral practicum and internship. He also is a popular trainer for preparation for the CRC examination and co-author of the CRC-Guide to Success publication.
Weed, R. and Hill, J.A. (2002) The CRC Exam-Guide to Success (7th Ed). Elliott & Fitzpatrick. Athens, GA
Weed, R. and Hill, J.A. (1999) The CRC Exam-Guide to Success (6th Ed). Elliott & Fitzpatrick. Athens, GA
Brack, G., Brack, G., Beaton, R. B., Edwards, D., Hill, J. A., Smith, R. M., and White, J. (1996). “Mental health consultation: In defense of merging theory and practice.” Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 25 pps.
Barker, N. C. and Hill, J. A. (1996). “Restructuring African-American families in the 1990s.” Journal of Black Studies, 20 pps.
Brack, G., Brack, C., Hill, J. A., and Freilich, E. (1998). “Future directions: Chaos and complexity theory in counseling.” Journal of the Professional Counselor.
Tay, K. H., Ward, C. M., & Hill, J. A. (1994). “Holland’s congruence and certainty of career aspiration in Chinese graduate students.” Higher Education Abstracts, 29(3).